Prevention starts with you. Take an active role in preventing alcohol and other drug use before it starts.
Straightforward drug prevention tips from parents can use for kids of any age, from toddler to teenager to young adult from Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
What to say to your preschooler about drugs (2-4 year olds)
What to say to your early elementary school aged child about drugs (5-8 year olds)
What to say to your preteen about drugs (9-12 year olds)
What to say to your teenager about drugs (13-18 year olds)
What to say to your young adult about drugs (19-25 year olds)
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